Tag Archives: Half Marathon

Race Report: Heartbreak Ridge Half-Marathon

Sorry its taken to long to get this up. I’ve been busy doing some home improvements my loving wife has requested and work has just clobbered me. I ran the  Heartbreak Ridge Half-Marathon at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California on Saturday … Continue reading

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Broken Taper

I’ve touched on this a little in some of my posts but have never really come out and told you. I suffer from severe anxiety and mild PTSD both feed on each other. As I’ve aged it seems to have … Continue reading

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5 to Half

I didn’t post on Sunday or Monday, I was beat down tired. Janet and I drove up to San Francisco Friday after work; my grand uncle passed and we went to see him off home. It was good to see and … Continue reading

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Weekly Roll Up

My running week started out with a thud because of the DNF but because of it I’ve changed my MS Excel worksheet to include swimming and cycling.  So my journey begins. I’m going to start doing what I should have … Continue reading

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Running Sign-ups

I said I was going to give my body some rest this week, but my anxieties stated acting up and I needed to run to get them back in check. My ankle is still a bit sore but it felt good … Continue reading

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In his late 70’s my father’s pacemaker had reached the end of its life expectancy and needed to be replaced along with the wire that attached to his heart. The doctor wanted to test to see how well my father’s … Continue reading

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Epilog: Disney Marathon Weekend

“None of us got to where we are alone. Whether the assistance we received was obvious or subtle, acknowledging someone’s help is a big part of understanding the importance of saying thank you.” – Harvey Mackay The most important and … Continue reading

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